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In light of the third anniversary of the shooting in Tuscon, AZ. that killed six people and injured 10 in 2011, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz) wrote a special piece on gun violence and her journey to survival for The New York Times. Giffords was shot in the head during an outside meeting by Jared Lee Loughner in […]

On the second anniversary of the Tucson, Ariz. shooting that killed six people and left former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords critically injured, Giffords and her husband have launched an initiative to raise money for gun-control efforts. PHOTOS: Face To Face! Gabrielle Giffords Will Confront Her Shooter Jared Lee Loughner In an interview on ABC, Giffords and […]

  UPDATE: 2:10pm EST Jared Lee Loughner was sentenced to 7 life terms, plus 140 years, in the Arizona shooting that killed 6, wounded 13, including Gabrielle Giffords. During his sentencing, Federal Judge Larry Burns said that Loughner was not insane at the time of the shooting and that it was premeditated. “He knew what he […]

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It’s one of those things you sign away when you become president—your anonymity. Your face is on television everyday and absolutely everyone knows who you are. You become a worldwide figure that can’t escape anyone, anywhere. STORY: Six Reasons To Barack And Rock In 2012  So it’s no surprise that President Obama expressed his frustration when it came […]

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It’s been a hell of a week in the political arena and it was dominated crazy Universities, Supreme Court rulings and Republicans wanting to see Obama’s birth certificate. With all these FAILS going around it’s kind of hard to keep track, but we found a way to bring you the biggest ones of the week. […]

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Despite the fact that President Obama has been in office for over two years, many conservative leaders still question where he was born. Today former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said President Barack Despite the fact that President Obama has been in office for over two years, many conservative leaders still question where he was born. Today former […]

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President Barack Obama is getting a little bit of heat from the global warming community. The President insists on having his trainer fly out from Chicago (where he used to reside) to D.C. whenever he and Michelle Obama need to work out. No big deal right? Wrong. According to Ashley Parker at the New York Times, Obama’s […]

How could anyone ask that question? At Rep. Paul Broun’s town hall meeting on Tuesday, the Athens congressman asked who had driven the farthest to be there and let the winner ask the first question. To everyone’s surprise the question was, ‘When is someone going to shoot Obama?’ GASP! After hearing the question from the audience […]

It was a grand affair last night in Washington D.C. as the Motown Sound took over the White House. A concert celebrating Black History Month and Motown Records. It is a continuation of the music series hosted by President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. Performances by Academy Award and Grammy winning singer/actor Jamie Foxx, […]

Now that the union workers of Wisconsin protest is in full swing against Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his proposed “budget repair bill,” which would scale back public workers’ benefits, as well as their collective bargaining rights. They are calling on one man who promised to protest with them if he had to and that […]

With a million plus videos posted on YouTube a day, it’s hard to discover what’s hot, what’s not, or what’s trending. So we here at GlobalGrind we decided to round up the most hilarious, funny, politically important, amusing and amazingly trendastic videos right to your computer screen. The most hilarious video GlobalGrind found today come […]

Today we observe George Washington’s birthday, otherwise known as President’s day. It’s a federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February in honor of the first President of the United States. That brings us to Mount Rushmore, located in Keystone, South Dakota. The national memorial sculptures of former United States presidents (in order from […]